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Yonga Trail, Lesueur National Park

  • Multiple day
  • 26 km
    • Bush Walk Grade 4

The Yonga Walk Trail is a 26km loop trail in Lesueur National Park that leads hikers through hills, valleys and woodlands. Experience the unique and varied wildlife and wildflowers the park has to offer.

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Drummond Recreation Site, Lesueur National Park 250km (3 hours) North of Perth

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The start and finish of the trail is at the Drummond Recreation Site in Lesueur National Park where you can park your vehicle overnight. This hike can be completed in one day for fit and experienced hikers (allow 8 hours), but you can take two days and stay overnight in the campground. There are boot cleaning stations at each entrance that you must use before stepping on the trail to prevent the spread of disease.

The trail takes you deep into the park through wandoo woodlands, valleys, breakaways and Kwongan Heath country. Stunning views reward you after one of the regular climbs required along the trail.

Bookings at the campground are ESSENTIAL visit the Park Stay website for more information. Facilities at the campground include a small shelter, tent platforms, picnic tables, benches, a rainwater tank (untreated and seasonally available) and toilet.

Carry in and carry out all your own equipment, supplies and waste.

The trail is exposed and is not recommended in warmer/hotter months between November and April. Some creek crossings may be required during winter months.

Turquoise Coast Visitor Centre

(08) 9652 0870

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Time / Duration

Allow 8 hours if walking in one day or two half days if staying overnight at the campground


26km loop

What To Pack

Group B (Bushwalks and/or longer trails) required.

Trail Start

Drummond Recreation Site, Lesueur National Park 250km (3 hours) North of Perth

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Bush Walk

Grade 4

Bushwalking experience recommended. Tracks may be long, rough and very steep. Directional signage may be limited.

Hazards & Warnings

Ticks are prevalent. Trail is not recommended in hotter months between November to April.


Non-potable water seasonally available at Yonga Campground (rainwater tank). Hikers need to take everything they need for the time they are out on the trail.
  • Bicycles Prohibited
  • Camping
  • Car Park
  • Lookouts
  • Public Toilet

Best time of year

May - October


National Park fees apply. Additional campground fee if staying overnight.

Trail Access

Road or bus to Jurien Bay. Road to trail.

Prohibited Items

No bikes, pets or campfires
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1 trail goers have rated Yonga Trail, Lesueur National Park as 5 out of 5!

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Jenny Caldwell

Reviewed 7 Jul 2022, 10:27pm

Amazing trail with excellent camping facilities. Walked clockwise, day 2 involved open air walking with no shade or shelter for a few hours so make sure you're well prepared. Will definitely do it again in spring.

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